Polynesia

Polynesia, at the heart of the South Pacific, is more precisely made up of five archipelagos: the Marquesas in the north, the central Society Islands comprised of nine mountainous islands and five coral reefs which distinguish the Windward Islands (Tahiti and Moorea) from the Leeward Islands (Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa, Bora Bora and Maupiti). The remaining archipelagos include Tuamotu, the Gambier Islands, and in the south, the Austral Islands which are made up of five islands and a coral reef. In fact, this “Territory Beyond the Sea”, made up of over 118 islands and islets, has long been acclaimed as the most beautiful in the South Pacific and has allured, inspired and enamoured visitors since the time the islands were first discovered. Visiting these islands is a special experience: there is real ambiance here – from the warmth of the air, scented heavily with tropical flowers through to fiery romantic sunsets that signal the end of another fabulous Tahitian day. And, whether you are looking to relax on a white sand beach, sway in the tropical breeze on a hammock, hike the slopes of an ancient volcano, or swim in the clearest waters in the world, you can find it all in French Polynesia. Tahiti’s beautiful beaches, spectacular lagoons and open ocean offer a world of opportunities to relax or explore. You can also enjoy such activities as dolphin encounters, shark feeding, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, water skiing, hiking, golf, helicopter rides, horseback riding, tennis, sailing, surfing, wind surfing, outrigger canoeing, or para-sailing. The region is a mecca for divers who come to see the rich and abundant marine life in warm pristine waters in some of the world’s most unusual diving environments. In addition, Tahiti is the birth place of surfing, and there are popular breaks at Papenoo, Punaauia, and Paea.

Polynesia

Polynesia, at the heart of the South Pacific, is more precisely made up of five archipelagos: the Marquesas in the north, the central Society Islands comprised of nine mountainous islands and five coral reefs which distinguish the Windward Islands (Tahiti and Moorea) from the Leeward Islands (Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa, Bora Bora and Maupiti). The remaining archipelagos include Tuamotu, the Gambier Islands, and in the south, the Austral Islands which are made up of five islands and a coral reef. In fact, this “Territory Beyond the Sea”, made up of over 118 islands and islets, has long been acclaimed as the most beautiful in the South Pacific and has allured, inspired and enamoured visitors since the time the islands were first discovered. Visiting these islands is a special experience: there is real ambiance here – from the warmth of the air, scented heavily with tropical flowers through to fiery romantic sunsets that signal the end of another fabulous Tahitian day. And, whether you are looking to relax on a white sand beach, sway in the tropical breeze on a hammock, hike the slopes of an ancient volcano, or swim in the clearest waters in the world, you can find it all in French Polynesia. Tahiti’s beautiful beaches, spectacular lagoons and open ocean offer a world of opportunities to relax or explore. You can also enjoy such activities as dolphin encounters, shark feeding, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, water skiing, hiking, golf, helicopter rides, horseback riding, tennis, sailing, surfing, wind surfing, outrigger canoeing, or para-sailing. The region is a mecca for divers who come to see the rich and abundant marine life in warm pristine waters in some of the world’s most unusual diving environments. In addition, Tahiti is the birth place of surfing, and there are popular breaks at Papenoo, Punaauia, and Paea.
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